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What do you are the scoring rubrics? Is it a boon or a bane? Boon means the usefulness of the scoring rubrics in the classroom. Bane means the something that cause not useful to used it in the classroom.

asked Jul 21 '12 at 17:17

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Scoring rubrics are "boon", when used or applied properly. Since scoring rubrics are used to allow instructors in evaluating students' tasks, specifically those which produce products that are tangible, can be easily judged and does not involve in their affective domain. Well it is "bane" when used on assessing students' performance that links to their affective domain, since this domain is not quantifiable.

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answered Mar 19 '13 at 10:28

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edited Mar 19 '13 at 10:31

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